The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

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therudycometh
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The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by therudycometh » Fri Mar 08, 2019 11:20 am

Hey guys! There's an interesting trip going on this summer...... more info at https://www.BroadwayLimited1949.com
- Rudy Garbely
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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by CarterB » Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:02 pm

Very nice, but VERY pricey!!!
Bring back the Slumbercoaches!!

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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by therudycometh » Wed Apr 03, 2019 12:12 pm

We have finalized our hotel plans for lounge passengers that join our once-in-a-lifetime excursion! Upon arrival in Pittsburgh, lounge passengers will be whisked away to the historic Hotel William Penn, once the largest hotel east of the Mississippi and a famous destination for celebrities for over a century. The history continues, even at night - book your ticket today at www.broadwaylimited1949.com!
- Rudy Garbely
President, The Conrail Historical Society
Media & Communications, Operation Toy Train
President, The Garbely Publishing Company

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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by therudycometh » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:34 pm

The Broadway Limited trip in July has announced its all-authentic PRR menu, comprised entirely of original Broadway menu items from 1949 to 1967. The menu is available at https://www.BroadwayLimited1949.com/menu.

Passengers also receive an exclusive discount on a reprint of the PRR's original 1947 cookbook, containing all of the recipes that will be used on the train.

There are still a handful of tickets left on this trip - book today or miss out!
- Rudy Garbely
President, The Conrail Historical Society
Media & Communications, Operation Toy Train
President, The Garbely Publishing Company

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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by therudycometh » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:27 pm

The Broadway Limited is now offering exclusive sleeping accommodations aboard the PRR observation car Frank Thomson! A single drawing room, which sleeps two passengers, will be the ONLY overnight accommodations offered aboard this historic car. Reserve your spot today at http://tickets.broadwaylimited1949.com!
- Rudy Garbely
President, The Conrail Historical Society
Media & Communications, Operation Toy Train
President, The Garbely Publishing Company

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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by therudycometh » Wed Jul 03, 2019 12:31 am

We're a week away from the Broadway Limited, and there are still a handful of lounge seats left, plus one drawing room in the Frank Thomson. Lounge seats are now being offered WITHOUT hotel accommodations in Pittsburgh, but at a discounted rate! Book your 1949 experience today at https://tickets.broadwaylimited1949.com/!
- Rudy Garbely
President, The Conrail Historical Society
Media & Communications, Operation Toy Train
President, The Garbely Publishing Company

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Re: The Broadway Limited Rides Again!

Post by liftedjeep » Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:45 am

Through Bridesburg on "The Pennsylvanian" #43 on July 12th:

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